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Oct 5, 2012 6:00am EDT
that soared, they were financials, energy and materials. they were all up because of what romney said. he said he would boost domestic production of oil and coal, hence energy materials were higher. he all said he would pull back on dodd frank and other financial reforms. the banks were higher yesterday. all in all, great day for stocks. dow is up 81 points. we did have up arrows across the board. today, we are flat lining slightly positive. we are waiting for the jobs report. >> what are we thinking. >> we've had 8 plus% unemployment for 4 # months in a row. if you want to bring down that 8 plus percent unemployment rate you need a job creation number above 200,000. even if we get 150,000, you condition call day good jobs report because at this point in the economic recovery, we need to see at least double of what we are seeing currently. >> thank you so much. you have i agood weekend. >> you too. see you monday. >> it's columbus day. maybe tuesday. i don't know. >> i'll see you tuesday. >> she is the lucky one that gets columbus day off. i'll be here anyway. >>> coming up next, the nats are
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Oct 2, 2012 6:00am EDT
, it condenses as it cools so there is more energy in the atmosphere for heavier rain. >> this side of 81, east of 95, it is done primarily to give you a locator. however, you will find that, in the wintertime, when weather people talk about the snow, the rain-snow line, it pretty closely corresponds with the 95 corridor. that is interesting, 95 wasn't place there had so that it would correspond with that. so frequently during the wintertime, we'll say east of 95 because that is where the rain high pressure snow line is. >> if i can make one other quick comment. reagan national sort of an interesting spot because it is right on the potomac river. that is where our official readings are. the water has an influence on our temperature. >> thank you, corey, for the question. hope we answered that for for you. if you have a question you want answered, go to myfoxdc.com and click on the weather tab. you are listening to hot child in the city by nick guilder. >> knew the song. didn't know the artist. >> all right. late get to our hot traffic lady, julie wright. >> all right. we've got -- on the roads
FOX
Oct 4, 2012 6:00am EDT
. that is available energy for very heavy rain. you with me? >> i'm with you. >> oat warmer the air, the more water vapor it hold. cold air can't hold a lot of water vapor. the polar regions, i know they are covered in snow and ice but parts of the polar regions only get about an inch of snow a year. cold air can't hold much water vapor at all. they don't get much in wait of rain and/or snow. still following me? >> is that why sometimes when it snows a lot, we all say it feels warmer though. >> he y a -- yes, a whole different question. we have those two principles in place. just because the air is warm or hot though, it does not mean that we've got a lot of moisture. we see that the deserts of the u.s. in the southwest. it is 110 in phoenix but it never rains. so you need a combination. here is what you really want for very heavy rainfall. you want a air mass in place or ingredients for a large temperature gradient. on one side of the front, you might want temperature in the 80s or 90s with a lot of moisture available and on the other side of the front, much cooler air because that cooler air can
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